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Museum Adventure Pass

The "Museum Adventure Pass" presented by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Culture of Taiwan is a partnership program between Taiwan's 19 public libraries, museums, and arts and cultural organizations. They include Taipei-based National Taiwan Science Education Center, National Education Radio, National Taiwan Arts Education Center, National Central Library, National Taiwan Museum, National Museum of History, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, and National Dr. Sun Yat-sen's Memorial Hall, New Taipei-based National Taiwan Library, Ilan-based National Center for Traditional Arts, Taichung-based National Museum of Natural Science (including its 921 Earthquake Education Park @ Wufong, Chelungpu Fault Preservation Park @ Chushan, and Fonghuanggu Bird & Ecology Park @ Lugu), and National Library of Public Information, Nantou-based National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute, Kaoshiung-based National Science and Technology Museum, Tainan-based National Museum of Taiwan History, Taitung-based National Museum of Prehistory, Keelung-based National Museum of Marine Science & Technology, and Pingtung-based National Museum of Marine Ecology & Aquarium.

It is a fun and exciting way for people of all ages to experience the museum adventure. Visit any one of the above museums or organizations and ask for a learning passport or DM, collect stamps, and earn your prizes. The program created by the Ministry of Education in partnership with the Ministry of Culture is designed to enhance the learning experience for people of all ages through books, exhibits, lectures, camps, and films, and to provide complimentary access to arts and cultural organizations.

Present your passport at the admission entrance to have it stamped every time you visit and when you complete a stamp activity (one stamp per visit). You'll receive a great prize when you get four stamps in the same city or two stamps in different cities. Prizes include: coasters, night lights, mugs, bookmarks, badges, tapes… etc., and many items related to Chinese New Year. But please note: prizes are subject to availability and are offered on a first come first serve basis (only one prize per filled passport). Click for prizes offered by different organizations and special gifts offered during Chinese New Year's Season (Feb. 19 - 23).

"The winter vacation and Chinese Spring Festival are almost here!" said Minister of Education Se-Hwa Wu, "It is hoped that our young people can plan their holidays better. Fitting in some time at libraries, museums, or local arts and cultural organizations is a great idea." "The ten museums and organizations subordinated to the Ministry are presenting a variety of amazing learning activities for people of all ages, including 108 lectures, more than 460 workshops, 120 camps and 1700 exhibitions for the first half of this year," noted Wu.

To date, the Museum is thrilled with the local community's response to the Museum Adventure Pass program. It proves that there is a strong desire for education and access to natural science. We are thankful to everyone who has embraced this program. Museum Adventure Pass will be available through March 31, 2015. Join us!